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Old 01-07-2017, 03:38 PM   #1
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'15 Whitehawk 27dslr side window broken

'15 Whitehawk 27dslr side window broken
Im having a hard time finding any information on how to replace the crank-out seamless window glass on a side window on a 27' Whitehawk (2015).

Window broke {spontaniously i'm guessing) and from what I've read its not a warentee item, so I'm not going to mess with it, I just want it done.

I had a replacement piece of glass built, but not exacly sure what type of adhesive to use to glue the roller track bar and top mounting piece to the glass or any ideas on how to clean the old adhesive off.

Lots of data online about messing with the slide type of window but didnt notice much on the seamless crank out window type.

Sorry if its a repeat request, I just couldn't find anything about it.

Any help appreciated...also believe this is my first post here.
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Have you asked the company that cut the glass for suggestions on adhesives?
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Old 01-07-2017, 04:50 PM   #3
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The sales person suggested using Spectrum2 adhesive that they used, but did not sell, in their shop.

Yet one of his co-workers suggested I to go to a auto part dealership like NAPA and get their strongest urethane adhesive.

My knowledge isn't that great on adhesives and since the glass portion is entirely supported by the glue itself, I want to make sure it wont fail.
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When I had a window fixed years ago, I asked the repairman what they used, and it was Pliobond adhesive.
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